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This results of this research indicates that early lifetime trauma, particularly in the childs interfamilial environment, are risk factors for long term health and premature mortality.
This news article reports on ongoing symptoms of stress in children following cyclone Yasi.
This report presents findings from an evaluation of a CFS implementation for Congolese refugees in western Uganda.
This news article discusses changes that will mean that children no longer need to attend custody hearings.
This article from the UK discusses the need for intensive support for traumatised children and their carers on adoption into new families.
This paper discusses evidence for causal relationships between childhood adversities and increased risk for psychosis.
Study results show that sexual abuse ACEs are associated with adulthood cancer.
This systemic review discusses the indicators of neglect or emotional abuse that are present in preschoolers and also discusses the importance of early intervention.
An interview about how adults who have experienced child abuse and trauma are being helped in remote Aboriginal communities.
This news article discusses the impact that childhood trauma can have in adulthood.
Two psychologists in the United States discuss how resilience can help children to recover from trauma.
A New Zealand researcher is studying how play therapy helps children make sense of a major crisis or event.
This news article features information and links to a free seminar in Queensland on the impact of floods and tornadoes on children and young people.
This radio ABC interview features an expert in disasters speaking about how we can help young children at times of disaster.
This paper discusses the role that family social disadvantage and/or child abuse and neglect play in the high rates of Indigenous young people in youth detention.
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